In a country where virtually all costs are dropping and currency trade advantage is improving substantially, the numbers on the balance sheet of this company look out of kilter to me.
Debt rising. Why? Intangible assets rising. Why? I would think by now this company would know how to make aircraft for a profitable competitive advantage over its prior year numbers. Where is the sales growth? Why aren't profit margins improving?
Is there a massive oversupply of machinery resulting from the slowdown in North Dakota energy business?
That is why call options premiums for May 35 strike price rocketed 15 percent today!
It is the top story on Yahoo! news. "A loss of 3.8 million birds represents more than 6 percent of the egg-laying hens in Iowa and more than 1 percent of the U.S. flock, meaning "there definitely will be some customers that will be impacted by this," Northey said."
Usually companies have reductions in preparation for takeover.
The problem shorts have is they do not understand how VDSI hardware / software combination puts a company data in "Fort Knox" type of firewall unlike any other security company. As a software engineer, I do understand.
See holdings. Makes no sense whatsoever to ever invest in Argentina, a country that goes belly up every decade or so.
Learn to spell.
Learn to understand the difference between "loose" and "lose".
You lose money if you short a value stock.
The rope is too loose.
The problem with the other people who send rockets into space is they charge 10 times the price. Elon sends them into space at a price competitive with lowest cost senders. FACT
This is the ONLY security stock with a pristine balance sheet and most likely to be a candidate for takeover by any of the others. Why would they want it? Answer: Because none of them have what VDSI has from the absolute access control perspective...... and that my friends is why major banks use VDSI technology. Several companies use this technology for their international server farms because it does provide that level of control